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Military Surplus Freeze Dried Fully Cooked Gyros Slices in #10 Can

Military Surplus Freeze Dried Fully Cooked Gyros Slices in #10 Can

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Canned Military Surplus Gyros Slices

This is a variation listing with 1 can and 6 can

Tired of bland, boring emergency rations? Unleash the flavorful fury of Military Surplus Freeze-Dried Gyros! Packed in a #10 can , deliver 25+ years of shelf-stable deliciousness – no refrigeration needed. That's right, hurricanes, power outages, zombie apocalypse – bring it on!

Forget rubbery, dehydrated nightmares. These gyros are flash-frozen and fully cooked, preserving their tender texture and mouthwatering Mediterranean spices. Just add water, rehydrate, and heat – bam! Instant gourmet in minutes.


21 oz of freeze-dried, fully cooked gyros slices per #10 can

Made with authentic Greek spices and flavour

Quick and easy to rehydrate with hot water

Perfect for camping, backpacking, emergencies, and everyday meals

U.S. Government/Military Surplus

25+ year shelf life

No Refrigeration Required

#10 Can (aka Gallon size can)These Gyros Slices were manufactured by a large military defense contractor. Although actual use is always classified on these kinds of products, our information is that these are purchased for Executive Branch use, not for our troops in the field. That usually means these go to underground bunkers for continuity of government use by strategic military leaders, congressional members and sometimes even White House staff or leadership.

The cans we opened before we committed to such a large quantity were actually amazing: they were tender, gourmet trimmed, delicious and still looked as fresh as the day they were flash frozen and dehydrated. This freeze-dried Gyros Slices are 21 ounces, so just soak them in cold water for 10 minutes and cook them.

They look just like regular Gyros Slices when cooked, and they did not shrink at all. You can also steam them until they become soft and warm throughout. They last for 25+ years in the can - and probably as many as 30 to 40 since there is no water or oxygen in the can to spoil them!!

Once opened they will last for:

  1. up to 1 year in a Zip Lock bag with refrigeration once opened but not re-hydrated

  2. up to 60 days in a zip lock bag without refrigeration once opened, but not re-hydrated.

  3. up to 5 days in the fridge once they are re-hydrated

With no mess and no waste, you can make great tasting food in just seconds - even if the power goes out! These are ideal for storing and using for years to come!

In 10 minutes, you can cook one or as many of these as you like, just like you would any other precooked gyros slice!!! Perfect for camping, boating, or at the cabin!!!

Manufactured, Procured, and Canned in the USA

Ingredients: Beef, Breadcrumbs (Wheat Flour, Dextrose, Salt, Yeast), Lamb, Soy Protein, Salt, Seasoning (Spices, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Soybean Oil), Yeast Extract, Disodium Inosinate & Guanylate. Contains: Soy, Wheat.

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What is Military Surplus?

Military surplus refers to the goods and equipment that are no longer needed by the military, typically due to advances in technology or changes in strategic or tactical needs. The surplus is often sold through government auctions or to private buyers for use in other fields, such as recreational activities (like camping) or military reenactments.

Is Military Food Good?

The quality of military food varies depending on a number of factors. Generally speaking, military meals are designed to be nutritious and filling, but not necessarily gourmet. Much of the food served in the military is pre-packaged, shelf-stable items that require little to no preparation.

How long do military Surplus food last?

Shelf life of 10 to 25 years, depending on the type and storage conditions.